7 Parks near Burlington, North Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Burlington. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Burlington in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Real nice curb appeal when you drive up to the place. Some sites are in the trees and others are in the open. Gravel interior roads and gravel sites. Roads are easy to navigate. First site we had was very long and very wide. Second site was a bit shorter. Stayed for 3 nights. Had to move for the 3rd night. Either the office staff misread their reservation system of the person who reserved the site decided not to come, because the site we vacated was never occupied. Utilities worked well. Wifi was iffy with a weak signal. They could use a few more repeaters in the park. No fenced dog run. Small playground. Looks to be a more adult oriented park, which is fine with me. - TH travelers
Aug 2016 - $55.00
The park is about four miles off the highway and is easy to get to. When you get on Jones Drive look for their sign, as it is somewhat hidden by a tree. The park roads are just a bit tight but quite manageable - pay attention.
The park is only two years old and beautiful. It's so nice, I didn't want to tell you about it. Well landscaped with flowers and scrubs. It sits on a slight hill so there is excellent breeze and air circulation. The sites (36 total) are mostly level with only small adjustments required. Water pressure and drainage was good. I did not check the voltage, but my voltage/current/breaker/surge protector didn't complain. The bathrooms are exceptionally clean and well constructed, but they are not air conditioned. They have a great pavilion located away from the camp sites which would be excellent for small group get-togethers. It was very quiet and peaceful during our two days. The only reason I did not rate it a ten was due to lack of bathroom A/C and a dog waste disposal container.
I would definitely stay here again. - SchnoodleCamp
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is a pleasant looking park close to restaurants and shopping in Mebane. We have stayed here 2 times and were pleased the first time as we were in a pull through and the Wifi worked pretty good. The 2nd time we requested shade but had no shade at all and it was hot and not pleasant because of the hot weather and not having any shade at our site. Also the Wifi did not work while we were there. We like the location and may consider going here again but I'm not sure. - P-T retired
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This was not a reservation just a drive up afte a LL call. They said they had a drive thru with 50 amps. It was getting dark so we took it over the phone. When we were escorted by foot walking in frount of the coach I knew we were in trouble, no problem we needed AC so 50 amps was the priority. The site was a 180 turn to get in it and that was after hitting 5 trees with my DTV antenna. After getting in the site there was NO 50 amp only 30. We looked like the only transient in the place, everybody elese has been there a lifetime DONT BOTHER TO STOP. - Scooter & Crew
Jan 2016 - $34.00
Lovely mountain farm and woods setting with horses and a fishing pond, this campground is home to Bluegrass Music Festivals on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. Owners were friendly, did offer to help us park. We had a back-in site on a hill side that sloped and we didn't have enough blocks to fully level. We did not use the bathrooms or showers. - Mom_of_Two
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Staff very friendly. Escorted to site. Fairly level site with good water pressure. Too many trees with acorns that fall on the roof. I am partial to grass. Easy in/out. Seasonal sites need a little TLC. - billydw
Sep 2016 - $50.00
We were passing through on the Labor Day weekend. We were glad that they had a few spots available since we had not made reservations. As the other reviewers stated, we were escorted to our spot by a very congenial staff. We had a pull through and left our vehicle attached. Since we were only spending the night we did not work too hard on leveling on the gravel. It was easy for us to get to the electric, water and sewer. Some sites had rock fire rings but I think many of the sites are too close together for live fire.
The playground seemed to have been freshly painted and the grass was mowed. It was neat and clean. The pool was open but no one was swimming. It appeared to be in good shape. The gardens were in good shape, live and full of flowers. The picnic pavilion was clean but no one was using it. There are small cabins available. I saw no tent sites. They do have an official dog walking area but bring your own pooh bags.
We did not use the small bathhouse. It was clean but a bit rough around the edges. It appears that the full timers are further toward the back of the park.
It is convenient to the highway, but noisy. - car2ner
Jul 2016 - $40.00
They claim to be a "new" KOA but we here 2 years ago and they were KOA then. Interior roads and sites need leveling and gravel. There are several large potholes along the paved entrance. The addition of plants to block the view of the interstate would also be nice if you are in the closest row as we were. There appear to be many permanent residents here. Restrooms were clean but need some TLC as does most of the park. It appears as though KOA corporate does not inspect their campgrounds any longer. So sad since they used to be a very reliable place to stay along the way. - Ms Winnie
Nov 2016 - $18.00
We stayed at Lake Reidsville over Thanksgiving weekend 2016. We stayed in a lakeside site that was incredible. The site was fairly level. We did need every bit of our Camco Tri-Levelers to get to level though. The lake is beautiful. We watched Blue Herons fishing and spotted a couple of deer on Saturday morning. The campsite was quiet and sites were nicely spaced out. There is a burn ban in effect due to the drought so we could not have a fire. Some folks nearby chose to ignore that ban even after at least one warning from the office. Those neighbors were the only downside of the weekend. We will absolutely be back in the spring! - BeagleDad
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is a county park. The office staff is very helpful. We had a hard time trying to get our RV level without the wheels off the ground so we were offered a more level spot. All the spots and interior roads are gravel and the majority of the spots are not level, so bring some leveling blocks. The lake is very pretty and there were a lot of fishermen out. They have areas for basketball, disc golf, volley ball and bike trails. We had no internet or phone service with Verizon. It is a very quiet park and would have rated it higher if the spots were level. - esta34950
Aug 2015 - $17.00
We made a reservations for a 4 night stay months ahead of the date and we paid for all 4 nights in full at the time of the reservation. We had to make a change in our venue while on the road so we called the park store to cancel our reservations. They require you to cancel your reservations 48 hours before your arrival date so we were well within that 48 hour window. They also require you to come to the store in Reidsville to sign a cancellation / refund request to be approved by two levels of city officials which can take upwards of 2 weeks ( if it gets approved ). They don't do refunds at the store or over the phone. Now, if I was local that would be fine and I would have no problem with that but I'm on the road and not even close to the park for a stopover. This policy seems to be strange in my opinion for transist visitors. The other problem is this is not spelled out on the website or we were not told this on the phone while we made our reservations. It would be nice if they clearly documented this on their website before anyone made reservations. I thought I would share my experience. - NC RV Travler
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful park. We stayed in the "B" section and honestly, our 34' 5th wheel was probably too big. It fit, but just barely. The inner ring of spots are all pull so it was easy to get into, I saw some larger rigs try to back into the outer spots and it was challenging. The other "C" section has much larger spots. B section is very pretty, completely wooded (which also means no satellite). The restrooms were acceptable, but not great. Twice my wife complained there was no toilet paper, and the showers weren't very clean. The park has lots of nice wooded trails for walking. The park itself was very clean. Trash bins readily available and we saw camp workers every day taking care of the place. - dseipel2
May 2016 - $20.00
This is a lovely place in a beautiful setting. We stayed there while visiting in Greensboro. There is good water and power and a dump station. We were there when it rained and it was a bit muddy. When you drive into the campground, you are expected to magically find the spot you signed up for on line. Thanks goodness for other campers who gave us input. There are a lot of options for activities, including hiking and biking. We would stay there again. We stayed in a 40 ft RV with slides. For the price, it was great. - Jamul
May 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful rustic campground. Electric, water and dump station. No cable or wifi. Verizon worked well. Sites were nice, but we did need to use some wood to get level. There had been rain and were big puddles on the sites and some pot holes in the road getting to the campground. Nice park to walk. Would stay here again if in the area. Price was certainly right! - Sally Chew
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This place was a mobile home park three years ago and it appears to be slowly moving toward more and more RV spots. The pull through spots were really long.....could of parked three of my 45' MH in the one we were in. Lots of trees, squirrels, and friendly folks. We found this park very convenient to Chapel Hill.....the center for all higher education. No pool, picnic tables or any of that kind of thing but great spots and a very helpful pair of camp hosts in Valerie and Jerry. Felt a little tight maneuvering to the spot but was no problem in reality. We will go back. - SHIPM8
Nov 2016 - $25.00
I stopped at this park just for an overnight on my way somewhere else. The hosts were very nice, and waiting for me when I got there... They even had a dog biscuit for my dog. They were very helpful with directions and recommendation for pizza if I wanted to order some. The host took me to my site and then got out to help me find the "sweet spot" so that I didn't have to do much leveling. He got out his level and had me pull forward and back up just a little etc. etc. so that it ended up that I didn't need to level at all. It did have full hook up but I didn't use the sewer because I didn't really need it for 1 night. The electric worked great. The water was a little inconvenient. It's built into a hole in the ground so it was awkward to hook up. I had to get on my hands and knees in wet leaves in order to hook up the water. As others have said it's really an old trailer park and there are a lot of stationary mobile homes that have not been kept in very good condition. Overall it was fine for a one night stay but I don't think it is a good place to go camping for a week. The pizza was very good from the place that they recommended, which I forget the name of now but I'm sure they could tell you if you went there. - Donna In GR
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a very old mobile home park that they are now calling a RV park. There are trees throughout the park and it was grown up and no grass in the park. The road did not loop around and was gravel and narrow only wide enough for one vehicle. Many of the mobile homes looked really old and with no sun and they were covered in mildew and pine needles. Overall this is a depressing place. Our site had pine needles all over and there seemed to be no maintenance. No cable but our antennae worked fine and the Wifi worked as we were near the tower. Doubt we would ever return here. - P-T retired